CCWD Holds Town Hall Meeting in Arnold

The Calaveras County Water District held a town hall meeting in Arnold Thursday January 16. The following topics were discussed: CCWD overview PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs Capital Improvement Projects Legislative Updates Customer Service To view a copy of the full presentation, click here. The following handouts were provided to attendees: PG&E PSPS Water Shutoff…

Some CCWD Customers Along Upper Highway 4 may Notice Discolored Water

Calaveras County Water District customers who live along Highway 4 between Forest Meadows and Camp Connell may experience taste and color changes to their water starting on Sunday December 8 and potentially continuing into the week of December 9 as the District temporarily switches to its secondary water source at Hunters Reservoir in Avery. While…

CCWD Drinking Water Sources Still Clean, but Harmful Algal Bloom Found in Forest Meadows Effluent Pond

The Calaveras County Water District recently conducted testing for harmful algal blooms (HABs) in all water supply sources for its drinking water systems, and the results showed no HABs were present. Tests were also performed in a reclaimed water storage pond on Sandalwood Drive in Forest Meadows, and those results were initially reported incorrectly by…

CCWD Holds Reach 1 Project Town Hall Meeting

The Calaveras County Water District held a town hall meeting on Wednesday June 5 at Mountain Christian Fellowship near Forest Meadows to provide an overview of the Reach 1 Pipeline Replacement Project. Click here to view the PowerPoint Presentation. Click here for detailed information about the Reach 1 Pipeline Replacement Project. For more information, contact…

CCWD to Hold Reach 1 Pipeline Replacement Project Town Hall June 5

The Calaveras County Water District is holding a town hall meeting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday June 5 at Mountain Christain Fellowship at 3488 Highway 4 in Murphys to discuss the Reach 1 Pipeline Replacement Project. The project will replace a water transmission main line that stretches between Avery and Forest Meadows. The public are welcome…